November 30, 2021 – Cool mornings with local fog in the Valley and mild afternoons expected over the next week. Dry weather continues. Locally breezy north to east winds Tuesday through early Wednesday.


Storm track will remain well north of California with high pressure dominating the weather this week. Temperatures will be mild for this time of year with patches of fog developing each night near the central part of the valley and near water ways. This morning looks like the fog will be dense in spots over the southern Sacramento valley and Delta.

There will be some north winds today in the valley 5 to 15 mph. For the foothills and mountains there will be some local gusty northeast winds early this morning over the favored locations that will ease up this morning before regenerating again tonight.

Local gusty winds to 40 mph are expected this morning and are expected to be slightly stronger tonight. Wind will be much lighter by Wednesday night as the surface high pressure weakens over the Great Basin.

Extended Discussion (Saturday through Tuesday)

High pressure remains the dominant synoptic feature through most of the extended forecast period. This will result in dry weather with above normal high temperatures into next week. A weak trough will bring some cooling to the region Monday and Tuesday as it passes through along with the chance of some light precipitation.